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The first teaser for the next entry in the long-running covert ops shooter has arrived to give us a sense of what's coming.
Nvidia, Microsoft, Epic Games, Unity, and leading developers are making the jump toward the future of gaming.
An email was shared on Reddit allegedly from the Valve man himself, saying that Phil Spencer and Microsoft made it happen.
The new title will feature maps and modes from the Black Ops and Modern Warfare series, and you can pre-register now.
The game is mere days away, and if you want to prepare yourself for From Software's brand of hardcore action, this video might be the ticket.
We've spent a lot of time in Ubisoft's shooter, and now we're heading in again to see what players can do once the credits roll.
The aggressive AI is back, and we get to see how the game is shaping up, including all of the sci-fi spookiness you'd expect from the series.
The tech giant has a keynote later today at the Game Developer Conference, where they're claiming to show "the future of gaming."
We don't know any other details aside from that, although Bethesda advises us to check Walmart Canada before the event.
The initiative was started last year and is now entering Phase 2, with 16 teams able to get on board from June this year until May 2020.
GDC's Unity Technologies keynote showed the game off, and we have other videos demonstrating how the cinematic teaser was crafted.
After an image emerged allegedly teasing the sequel in the next five years, this has since been refuted and debunked.
Zellsis holds the slot instead, meaning it looks like the North American team won't automatically qualify for the next Major.
He beat Momochi in the grand final after fighting through the Losers Bracket to redeem himself at the Capcom Pro Tour event.
The New York Excelsior player has a new home as he looks to help a struggling Justice team towards the bottom of the table.
This comes in the wake of speculation that k0nfig and JUGi are heading to Cloud9, adding to the roster shuffles going on right now.
We've seen this in gaming with the likes of Battlefield V, but it can also be applied to other areas like the automotive industry.
Starting tomorrow, Respawn's shooter lands a bunch of new content for players to try and unlock in the weeks ahead.
The beams of light hiding nudity in the game clearly slipped up in some places, meaning Nintendo pulled it from sale.
30-minute presentation set for March 20, with Nintendo ready to showcase a number of indies.
A new trailer shows how the CryEngine handles ray tracing, and Crytek doesn't need a cutting edge graphics card to do it either.
Avalanche Studios and THQ Nordic's game is out next week, and we get a taste of the machine-filled world ahead of launch.
The game is launching this spring for PC, PS4, and Switch as well, with a new Boss Trailer released alongside the Xbox announcement.
When talking about Sony's relationships with studios Colin Moriarty says this would be exclusive to the PS4, and that expansion isn't part of their strategy.